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they don't think any of the kids ingested the drugs. >>> and more trouble for toyota. the automaker is recalling 600,000 sienna minivans made between 1998 and 2010, this year. toyota says too much exposure to road salt may cause the cable holding the spare tire to fall, putting nearby vehicles in danger. toyota says it's working on the problem and advises owners to bring their siennas into dealers for an inspection. >>> well, they think they have found the piece of a meteor in wisconsin. scientists -- you see some video here -- but there was a fireball in the sky last week. now university of wisconsin add madison scientists say they believe they have found a fragment from a meteor. now, it lit up the sky earlier this week. i believe it was on wednesday. now a man has found a peanut-sized rock that he says hit the roof of his home. here's a look at some of the video once before. now, this is a big deal to amateur astronomers and scientists, a rare event to get ahold of possibly a piece of a meteor. you have people out there who market and collect these things, who sell and trade thes
.9% of bacteria. also try our new bathroom spray that tackles soap scum and leaves febreze freshness. >>> toyota can't seem to get a break these days. once again, they have a recall. this time, vans like the one you're seeing there. these are sienna minivans. recalling about 600,000 of them. you see the models up there. 1998 through 2010. what's the problem? not the brakes like other recalls of toyota. this time, the spare tire could fall off. there's some issue with ruts and road salt coming together, rust, causing a wire to break and then the tire could fall off on to the road, injure, of course, another vehicle that's on the road. toyota now working on the problem but telling own toers take those to the dealers for inspection. >>> and scientist s at the university of wisconsin say they've examined what's believed to be a fragment from the meteor has lit up the skies across the u.s. earlier ins week. the video was amazing. scientists saying a man brought the rock to them after it hit the roof of his home wednesday night in southwest wisconsin. >>> and live pictures this morning from, really, e
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